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User's Guide
Connect to Cell™ Rugged Waterproof Digital Cordless Phone
Models: XT801 / XT802 / XT811 / XT821 / XT822 / XT831
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  • Page 1 User’s Guide Connect to Cell™ Rugged Waterproof Digital Cordless Phone Models: XT801 / XT802 / XT811 / XT821 / XT822 / XT831...
  • Page 2 Welcome... to your new Motorola Phone! Please retain your original Email: IMPORTANT dated sales receipt for support@motorolahome.com Only use the adapter your records. For warranty and telephone line cord service of your Motorola This User’s Guide provided in the box.
  • Page 3: Got Everything

    Got everything? • 1000 name and number ** You must subscribe to • Wall-mount Bracket directory. your network provider’s • Quick Start Guide Caller ID or Call Waiting • Caller ID shows you who service for these features is calling and includes In multi-handset packs, to work.
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started Getting started • Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. Connecting the base Warning • Never install telephone jacks in Do not place your phone in the Connecting the charger wet locations unless the jack bathroom or other humid areas.
  • Page 5: Handset Range

    Getting started Handset range Setting up Notes • In multi-handset packs, the Important Optimal range is reached when power adapter with the smaller there are no other electrical The base must be plugged into pin is for the charger. appliances working within the an electrical outlet at all times.
  • Page 6: Connecting The Charger

    Getting started Connecting the charger Mounting the base Note • Make sure the power outlet is not controlled by a wall switch.
  • Page 7: Replacing The Battery

    Getting started Activating and charging 2. Remove the wrapper and keep Note the nail pin for future use. the handset • Use a T6 Torx screwdriver to unscrew the battery door. 3. Put the handset on the base to charge for at least 12 hours. Once charged, the battery icon on the the handset LCD will indicate fully charged.
  • Page 8 Getting started The handset LCD display The screen The battery is indicates the battery status (see shows charged, place it in the table below). the telephone base HANDSET X or charger when Battery Battery status and not in use. indicators action When it is fully charged, you The screen...
  • Page 9: Setting The Display Language

    Getting started 4. Press CID/ or / to choose 3. Use the dialing keys (0-9) or * Operating times vary depending press CID/ or / on your actual use and the age of the desired language, press to edit SELECT to save the settings. the year and the date.
  • Page 10: Getting To Know Your Phone

    Getting to know your phone Getting to know your Getting to know your Get acquainted with the following buttons on your handset, and phone phone their multi-function tasks. Overview of your handset Overview of your handset 1. Receiver Cordless handset LCD display 2.
  • Page 11 Getting to know your phone • Scroll up while in a menu, or • Press to return to the previous menu; or in the directory, caller ID log, • Press to start an intercom press and hold to return to or redial list.
  • Page 12 Getting to know your phone 9. MUTE/DELETE • Answer an incoming cell call when you hear a call waiting • Mute the microphone during alert. a call. 13. HOME/FLASH • Silence the ringer temporarily while the • Make or answer a home call. handset is ringing.
  • Page 13: Display Icons

    Getting to know your phone Cordless handset LCD • Press to toggle between On when the upper and lower case of the display cell line is in use next letters to be input. or there is an Display icons incoming cell SPEAKER call.
  • Page 14 Getting to know your phone The ECO Flashes when Flashes when mode activates the battery is there is a call automatically to low and needs waiting. reduce power charging. On when the consumption home line is in Animation in when the use or there cycle.
  • Page 15: Overview Of The Base

    Getting to know your phone Overview of the base Overview of the CELL 1 and CELL 2 charger • Press to connect to the paired cell Bluetooth device. • Press and hold to add or replace a Bluetooth device. 3. FIND HS •...
  • Page 16 Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and operates within a short range with the telephone base to any use of such marks by Motorola (a maximum of approximately make and receive cell calls. Mobility Holdings Limited is under...
  • Page 17: Bluetooth Setup

    Refer to Telephone operation on XT811/XT821/XT822/ how to operate your Bluetooth XT831/XT8 to ensure strong Bluetooth wireless technology devices with your new XT801/ Bluetooth signal strength. operates within a short range (15 XT802/XT811/XT821/ Make sure there are no feet). When you pair a Bluetooth...
  • Page 18: Add A Bluetooth Enabled Cell Phone

    Once your CELL 1 and/or CELL 2) devices such as baby monitors, cell phone finds your phone turns on. wireless routers, microwaves, (Motorola XT801/XT802/ and computers. XT811/XT821/XT822/ XT831/XT8), press the appropriate key on your cell phone to continue the pairing process.
  • Page 19: Add A Bluetooth Enabled Headset

    5. When the headset is • If there is already a cell device follow the prompts on your cell successfully paired and in the slot, the existing cell phone and your XT801/XT802/ connected to the telephone phone will be erased from XT811/XT821/XT822/XT831/ base, the icon displays.
  • Page 20: Auto Connection

    XT801/XT802/XT811/XT821/ • The Bluetooth feature of XT822/XT831/XT8 by pressing Connect a paired cell your connected cell device is CELL 2. Then repeat the steps phone or headset turned off.
  • Page 21: Disconnect A Paired Cell Phone Or Headset

    1. Press MENU on the handset be erased. See Add a Bluetooth You can download directory when it is not in use. enabled cell phone and Add a entries to your XT801/XT802/ Bluetooth enabled headset on XT811/XT821/XT822/XT831/ 2. Press CID/ or / to choose...
  • Page 22 4. Press CID/ or / the three categories may not Notes choose a desired device when transfer to your XT801/XT802/ necessary, and then press • Certain cell phones do not XT811/XT821/XT822/ SELECT. support SIM card download. If XT831/XT8.
  • Page 23: Using The Phone

    Using the phone Using the phone Using the phone Call waiting on the cell line Making a home call Making a home call Chain dialing Making a cell call Predial Find handset Enter the phone number and then Answer a home call Intercom press HOME SPEAKER...
  • Page 24 Using the phone Dialing from the directory Direct dialing 2. Press HOME SPEAKER to dial the 1. Press 1. Press CELL. The handset number. displays Select a device. 2. Press CID/ or / to scroll and select the entry you want Making a cell call •...
  • Page 25 Using the phone Dialing from the directory Transfer a call from a handset to Notes a Bluetooth headset • When you answer a call from 1. Press the headset, that call cannot be 2. Press CID/ or / to scroll When you make or answer a transferred to a handset.
  • Page 26: Answer A Home Call

    Using the phone Answer a home call Speakerphone During a call, press MUTE. The handset displays Muted until the When the handset is on a call, Press HOME , SPEAKER or mute function is turned off. SPEAKER to switch press any dialing key (0-9, between the speakerphone and Press MUTE again to resume the...
  • Page 27: Call Waiting On The Home Line

    Using the phone Call waiting on the cell 2. Press CANCEL or place Chain dialing can be useful if you line the handset in the telephone wish to access other numbers base or handset charger to exit (such as bank account numbers or When you subscribe to call the call.
  • Page 28: Find Handset

    Using the phone Find handset Intercom Access a number from the caller ID log while on a call Use the intercom feature for This feature helps you find 1. Press MENU. conversations between two misplaced handsets. devices. Your telephone base 2.
  • Page 29 Using the phone CANCEL or MUTE 3. To answer the intercom call • Press • To end the intercom call on the destination handset to without answering the outside on the destination handset, call, press OFF. The intercom temporarily silence the intercom press HOME , CELL, ringer.
  • Page 30: Redial List

    Using the phone Review a redial list entry 3. To answer the intercom call • If the destination handset does on the destination handset, not answer within 100 seconds, is 1. Press REDIAL to enter the press HOME , CELL, in use, on a call, or is out of range, redial list.
  • Page 31 Using the phone Directory 1. Press HOME SPEAKER Add a directory entry to use the home line; or press The directory can store up to CELL to use the cell line. 1. Enter the number when the 1000 entries, which are shared handset is not in use, press 2.
  • Page 32 Using the phone • Press and hold PAUSE to enter a dialing pause (a p appears). Enter number Enter name • Press 0 to add a space. • Press to change the next letter to upper or lower case. Review directory entries 5.
  • Page 33 Using the phone 2. Press SELECT to select Directory. Alphabetical search Edit a directory entry 3. Press CID/ or / 1. Follow the steps in Review to choose 1. Search for the desired Review, and then press SELECT. directory entries to enter the entry in the directory (see Review directory entries or directory.
  • Page 34 Using the phone Dial a directory entry Delete all directory entries Mike Smith 1. Search for the desired 1. Press MENU when the handset entry in the directory (see is not in use. 888-331-3383 Review directory entries or 2. Press CID/ or / to choose Alphabetical search).
  • Page 35 Using the phone Caller ID Review the caller ID log Entries appear in reverse chronological order. When the 1. Press CID when the handset is If you subscribe to caller ID caller ID log is full, the oldest not in use. The screen displays service, information about each entry is deleted to make room for the first entry in the caller ID...
  • Page 36 Using the phone Memory match directory, the name will appear as it is delivered by the telephone Mike Smith When the incoming telephone service provider. number matches the last seven 331-3383 digits of a telephone number in Missed call indicator your directory, the screen displays When there are calls that have not the stored name of the directory...
  • Page 37 Using the phone View dialing options Press 1 repeatedly if you need to When the number is displayed in add 1 in front of the telephone the correct format for dialing, Although the caller ID log entries number before dialing or saving it press HOME , CELL or received have 10 digits (the...
  • Page 38 Using the phone Save a caller ID log entry to the While entering names and Note directory numbers, you can: • If you save an entry which already exists in the directory, 1. Search for the desired caller ID • Press CID/ or / to move the handset displays Number log entry (see Review the Caller...
  • Page 39: Call Block

    Using the phone Call block Press MENU when the handset is not in use. Press CID/ or Delete all If you have subscribed to caller to choose Call Block, and ID service, you can set the then press SELECT. telephone to block unknown 2.
  • Page 40 Using the phone 2. Press CID/ or / • Press 0 to add a space (for to choose 6. When Enter name displays, use the dialing keys to enter Block list, and then press entering names only). a name (up to 15 characters). SELECT.
  • Page 41 Using the phone 4. Press SELECT to move to the 5. Press SELECT to move to the 4. When an entry displays, press name. The handset displays name. The handset displays CID/ or / to browse. You Enter name. Enter name. hear a double beep when you reach the beginning or end of 6.
  • Page 42: Sound Settings

    Using the phone Note Note 3. Press CID/ or / to choose Key tone, and then press • If the call block list is empty after • When you have muted the first SELECT. an entry is deleted, the handset ring, you will hear one ring less displays List empty.
  • Page 43 Using the phone 3. Press CID/ or / 2. Press CID/ or / Temporary ringer silencing to choose Home ringtone or Cell ringtone, choose Ringers, and then press When the telephone is ringing, and then press SELECT. SELECT. you can temporarily silence the 3.
  • Page 44: Other Settings

    Using the phone Quiet mode Note 3. Press CID/ or / to choose Home area code, and then press • When you change the settings of You can turn on the quiet mode SELECT. the ringer tone or ringer volume, for a period of time (1-12 hours).
  • Page 45 Using the phone Dial mode Temporary tone dialing Retrieve voicemail from telephone service The dial mode is preset to If you have pulse (rotary) service touch-tone dialing. If you have Voicemail is a feature available only, you can switch from pulse pulse (rotary) service, you must from most telephone service to touch-tone dialing temporarily...
  • Page 46 Using the phone 1. Press MENU when the handset Note To retrieve, you typically dial an access number provided by is not in use. • This feature turns off the your telephone service provider, 2. Press CID/ or / to choose indicators only, it does not delete and then enter a security code.
  • Page 47: Expand Your Telephone System

    Using the phone Cell phone voicemail If you have voicemail service active on your cell phone, and you do not answer the incoming cell call, the call will be answered by your cell phone's voicemail. Contact your cell phone service provider for more information about voicemail service.
  • Page 48 Help Help Handset beeps and not My telephone does not work at all. functioning normally Phone does not work Make sure the telephone base is Hear other calls when Low battery installed properly, and battery is using the phone installed and charged correctly. Fail to dial out Noise interruption For optimum daily performance,...
  • Page 49 Help I cannot dial out. The display shows No line. The display shows To register HS... I cannot hear the dial tone. and ...see manual alternately. The • Make sure there is a dial tone handset does not work at all. •...
  • Page 50 I cannot function of your cell phone charger correctly. connect it to my XT801/XT802/ or headset is turned on. See • If the battery is completely XT811/XT821/XT822/XT831/ the user's manual of your cell depleted, charge the battery XT8.
  • Page 51 Help My handset beeps and is not There is interference during a • Appliances or other cordless performing normally. telephone conversation. My telephones plugged into the calls fade out when I am using same circuit as the telephone Move the handset closer to the the cordless handset.
  • Page 52 Help The telephone does not receive The display shows Out of range or I subscribe to a nontraditional caller ID or the telephone does telephone service that uses no pwr at base. not show caller ID during call my computer to establish •...
  • Page 53 Help • If you are using a firewall, it may prevent access to your nontraditional telephone service. Contact your service provider for more information. I accidentally set my LCD language to Spanish or French, and I don’t know how to change it back to English.
  • Page 54: General Information

    General Information General Information If your product is not Product care working properly... Product care Your XT801/XT802/XT811/ XT821/XT822/XT831/XT8 1. Read this User’s Guide. Important safety handset is waterproof but your 2. Visit our website: instructions base is not. Follow these product www.motorolastore.com...
  • Page 55: Important Safety Instructions

    General Information Important safety • Do not open the battery door • If the device has been immersed in water or the using wet hands, when the instructions device is wet or in very humid microphone or the speaker is wet, sound may not be heard places, such as swimming pools Follow these safety precautions...
  • Page 56 General Information Unplug this cordless 3. Do not allow anything to rest 8. Avoid using during an electrical phone immediately from on the power cord. Place the storm. Use a surge protector to an outlet if: power cord so that it will not protect the equipment.
  • Page 57 General Information Installation Guidelines 6. Adjust only those controls that 10. To avoid interference to are covered by the operating nearby appliances, do not 1. Read all instructions and save instructions. Improper place the base of the phone them for future reference. adjustment of other controls on or near a TV, microwave may result in damage and will...
  • Page 58: Battery Safety Instructions

    BINATONE methods. incorrect battery type. Use only warrants that this Motorola the battery pack that came with branded product ("Product") or SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS your phone or an authorized certified accessory ("Accessory")
  • Page 59 Products, AND IS PROVIDED IN LIEU ACCESSORIES TO THE FULL Accessories or parts. OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXTENT THESE DAMAGES MAY EXPRESS OF IMPLIED. IN NO BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW. EVENT SHALL MOTOROLA OR BINATONE BE LIABLE,...
  • Page 60 General Information Exclusions Some jurisdictions do not allow Products Length of coverage the limitation or exclusion of covered incidental or consequential Normal Wear and Tear. One (1) year from damages, or limitation on the onsumer Periodic maintenance, repair the date of the roduCts length of an implied warranty, and replacement of parts due...
  • Page 61 (d) nonconforming or Defects or damage that result non-Motorola branded housings, the extent the damage was not from the use of Non-Motorola or parts, are excluded from caused by incorrectly securing the branded or certified Products or coverage.
  • Page 62 General Information FCC, ACTA and IC How to Obtain Warranty Service These terms and conditions or Other Information? constitute the complete regulations warranty agreement between You will receive instructions on you and BINATONE. regarding FCC Part 15 how to ship the Products or the Products or Accessories Accessories at your expense and This equipment has been tested...
  • Page 63 General Information is no guarantee that interference Changes or modifications to according to the intended usage will not occur in a particular this equipment not expressly of the product. This product installation. If this equipment approved by the party responsible has been tested and found to does cause harmful interference for compliance could void the...
  • Page 64 General Information FCC Part 68 and ACTA telephone cord and modular plug should be five (5.0) or less. For are provided with this product. more information, contact your This equipment complies with It is designed to be connected telephone service provider. Part 68 of the FCC rules and to a compatible modular jack This equipment must not be...
  • Page 65 General Information be made by the manufacturer provider may make changes in its Perform such activities in off- or its authorized agents. For facilities, equipment, operation, peak hours, such as early morning repair procedures, follow the or procedures that could affect or late evening.
  • Page 66: Technical Specifications

    General Information Technical Specifications Power Handset: 2.4V Ni-MH requirements battery Frequency Crystal controlled Telephone base: control PLL synthesizer Input: 110V AC Output: 6V Transmit Handset: DC/400mA frequency 1921.536- 1928.448 MHz Charger: Telephone base: Input: 110V AC 1921.536- Output: 6V 1928.448 MHz DC/400mA Bluetooth: Memory...
  • Page 67 MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo, are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. and are used under license. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Binatone Electronics International LTD. under license.

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